Bird Species that have been spotted at Tamala.


Nankeen Kestrel

Crested Pigeon

Senegal Dove

Grey Butcherbird

Masked Woodswallow

Black Faced Woodswallow

Singing Honeyeater

Spiney Checked Honeyeater


Crimson Chat

Zebra Finch

Welcome Swallow

Little Crow

Australian Raven

Rufus Songlark

Spotted Harrier

White backed Swallow

Willie Wagtail

Brown Falcon


Chiming Wedgbil

lAustralian Magpie

Brown Honeyeater

Blue & White Wren

Yellow Throated Miner

Western Gerygoose


Mountain Duck

Black Faced Cuckooshrike

Fairy Martin

Wedge Tailed Eagle


Richards Pipit

White Browed Babbler

Brown Flycatcher

Masked Plover

Bonded Plover

Diamond Dove

Little Grassbird

Common Bronzewing

Inland Thornbill

Veregated Wren

Silver Gull

Pacific Gull

Crested Fern

Black Shouldered Kite

Little Corella

Tree Martin

Pallid Cuckoo

Rock Parrot

Rufous Whistler

Little Eagle


White faced Heron

Striated Heron

Fairy Fern

Chestnut tailed Thornbill

White winged Triller

Birds Australia

Birds Australia has an amazing bird guide prepared for the shark bay area.

You can download the PDF of Birds of Shark Bay which is a 3 page document.

They also have published a guide for Birdwatching around Shark Bay.

Birds Australia is a non-profit organisation working for the enjoyment, study and conservation of Australia’s birds.

The Western Australian members of Birds Australia are state-wide and are offered a variety of activities and services including conservation and research projects, excursions, camp-outs, bird surveys and social activities.

They have a range of  library books for sale and information about birds.

To view the  full range of bird guides and bird lists, visit their web site.

Need to know more?

Contact them at:

Birds Australia Western Australia

167 Perry Lakes Drive Floreat

WA 6014 Weekdays 9.30 – 12.30pm

Prepared by Birds Australia Western Australia

Ph: 08 9383 7749
Fax: 08 387 8412



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